WA's North West to become 'World Heritage Coast'

Written on the 28 February 2017

The Burrup Peninsula and parts of the Kimberley coast would be put forward for World Heritage listing under a pitch by the Liberal Party to turn the North West into the World Heritage Coast.

Under the plan, Murujuga National Park would join Shark Bay and the Ningaloo Marine Park as a World Heritage listed site by 2020.

Speaking at Deep Gorge today, WA Premier Colin Barnett said World Heritage-listing significant areas on the Kimberley coast was also on the cards.


Source: thewest.com.au

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